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  1. 5.0

    Sure it’s a nice place. With 2 year olds I would not sleep in a tent, since they could wake in the middle of the night an go wondering. They have real rooms which would be better for your.

  2. 5.0

    We were supposed to stay in the “sukkahs” but chickened out bc they were not clean (mattress and blankets were very dusty, no pillows) and it was too noisy being in the middle of camp (we heard other guests walking around and having fun) so we moved to the rooms which were nice and clean. Meals were very good (dinner- huge platters of vegetables and meat, breakfast- typical Israeli salads and cheeses and bread and spreads)… kids loved running around the huge tents. Talking with the Bendouin was cute (though a little shticky)… we had a great time despite the nagging feeling that we were in a tourist trap

  3. 5.0

    We were there with babies up till 18 yr Olds. .good for all ages! Look at my photos in the review above…they even have petting zoo.. etc ..kids loved running around there and hanging out in hammocks. Plus we bought pens and paper and they drew pictures all evening

  4. 5.0

    We stayed in one of the “sukkas” it was spacious and lovely. Great ambiance.
    The food was plentiful and tasty. Great and attentive service.
    Would totally go back.

  5. 5.0

    We recently stayed there with a range of kids, and we loved it, thought the food was plentiful, and the accomodations very nice, we had a bonfire. It was all around a great experience

  6. 5.0

    We had a great time there two years ago. Am amused by some of the comments here! It’s the desert, it’s rustic – you’re not headed for the Carmel Spa. It’s an Israeli desert experience, and it’s great.

  7. 4.0

    We stayed there in October last year. Had my sons barmitzvah party there. It was a wonderful experience. We stayed in a room which was very clean. It’s not luxurious but you don’t expect luxury in the middle of the desert in a Bedouin village. We had the welcome tea where they explain how the bedouins live and drank tea and coffee. We also did the camel ride which was so much fun. We then had an hour or so to chill before the hospitality dinner. There wasn’t lots of food but we weren’t hungry. They also do a bonfire thing after dinner which we didn’t go to unfortunately. Breakfast was a little disappointing- was just tea and coffee and pastries…
    Staff were very hospitable. Overall it was an amazing experience for us. I really would recommend it.

  8. 2.0

    We dealt with an unpleasant woman whose name I can’t remember. I felt like the blankets were just disgusting so not sure what there would have been to do. The camel ride guy was totally clueless. We went in to talk to the Bedouin guy but we were early and when other people came in later the staff were mad at us. It just wasn’t great all around.

  9. 5.0

    I’ve stayed there various times and even held my daughter’s bat mitzvah there last October. That’s how much I loved it! I even blogged about it …on my site about places I recommend to stay in Israel. http://www.iwasthere.co.il/index.php/kfar-nokdim/ Laura Borden Richter you should have told them the room was not clean…the staff there are amazing. ..they would have sorted it out for you ASAP!

  10. 4.0

    It’s definitely an “experience” it’s great for the kids, not as great for the adults. No cell service, no Wi-Fi. That’s a double edged sword, but if you need to stay in touch with work, it’s a big problem

  11. 3.0

    Kfar Hanokdim is a standard stop for TAGLIT-Birthright groups. Too many groups during your stay might make it crowdy.

  12. 5.0

    It is really fun and the people who work there are exceptional. My car broke down there and they took care of everything from towing to dealing with my insurance – Hope people will go and enjoy.

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